[OS X TeX] Experience with TeXnicle?
herbs at wideopenwest.com
Sat Jan 28 12:31:26 EST 2012
On Jan 28, 2012, at 11:23 AM, Christopher Menzel wrote:
> Am Jan 28, 2012 um 4:50 PM schrieb Berend Hasselman:
>> On 28-01-2012, at 16:25, Herbert Schulz wrote:
>>> We recently had some discussion about Editor/Front Ends for TeX and enthusastic mention was made of Latexian.
>>> I mentioned another Front End that might be something for folks to look at called TeXnicle, <http://www.bobsoft-mac.de/texnicle/texnicle.html>, and wonder if there are folks out there using it and their experience with it.
>> I had a look at it end of december 2011. I didn't really like it.
>> Just now I went to the TeXnicle site to see what the latest had to offer.
>> There is a Changelog but it's a .rtf file (why?)(make it plain text).
>> Some remarks:
>> 2. No synchronizing mouse clicks to switch between pdf and .tex file (a la TextMate+Skim and TeXShop)
> And Aquamacs+Skim and LyX+Skim. :-) (Well, source->PDF in LyX uses a hotkey, but whatever.)
>> At least I wasn't able to find anything.
> As with Latexian, you need to highlight a piece of text in the LaTeX source or PDF and then use a hotkey. Cmd-J will switch from highlighted source text to the *first occurrence of* the corresponding text in the PDF, with a list of all occurrences showing up to the right of the PDF; Sh-Cmd-J will do the reverse from highlighted PDF text to source. You can ensure that you are taken to the exact location corresponding to your highlight by selecting enough text, but I myself prefer the switch always to go to the exact corresponding point in the source/PDF, as the case may be; I don't much see the point of giving you all of the matches in the corresponding document, especially as the default.
Hmmm... does that mean Latexian and TeXnicle don't use synctex synchronization but a simple find of highlighted text?
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